Places to stay in Rowen

Kate Humble at Rowen’s phone box information point, August 2017. Kate Humble stayed in a holiday cottage in Rowen for three weeks, while filming locally.

 

 

Updated May 2019
Recent feedback via Rowen Facebook page
“Just returned home from another week in your beautiful village. 
I truly cherish the beauty, tranquility and everyone / everything in the village.
Countdown to return soon .
One week is just not enough, but did enable me to do the walk uphill to the stunning church and see your amazing historical remains on the six mile walk”.

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Coed Mawr Hall
Luxury bed and breakfast and cottages, great views.

Pen y Bont

Two bedroom restored stone cottage, superfast broadband, attractive location alongside the Afon Ro.
Email the owner paul.belton4@btinternet.com  or phone 07720 297828.

Swan Cottage

Two bedroom 16th century stone cottage, centre of Rowen, sleeps six.
Phone the owner 07721 426616 or email gary.morrisswan@gmail.com

Y Gorlan

Detached family house in the heart of the village, four bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities.

Tyn-y-Coed Farm Holiday Cottages

Four stone-built cottages on a traditional smallholding near Rowen.   Horses welcome.

Bod Awen

One bedroom cottage, short walk from centre of Rowen, outstanding views.

Rowen Youth Hostel

Traditional Welsh hill farmhouse, high above Rowen, at the top of a very steep, narrow lane.  Great views.

Tir y Coed

VisitWales five star Country House, with an acre of mature landscaped gardens on the edge of Rowen.

Cefn Cae Camping

Camping, glamping, caravanning and holiday cottages.  Award-winning site in the middle of Rowen.

Tyddyn Mawr Farm Holiday Cottages

Five holiday cottages, on a traditional beef and sheep farm, farmed by the same Welsh speaking family since 1889.

The Barn, Llannerch y Felin

Holiday cottage, adjacent to Rowen’s only Grade Two Star listed house Llannerch y Felin.

 

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